The Paris Review No. 230, Fall 2019
Alice McDermott on the Art of Fiction: "If there’s anything fun about composing a novel—and on many days, I’m not sure there is—it’s in finding the architecture of a story."
Michael Hofmann on the Art of Translation: "Isn’t everything untranslatable when you come down to it?"
Fiction by Anuk Arudpragasam, Matthew Baker, Olivia Clare, Leigh Newman, William Styron, and
A tribute to Susannah Hunnewell. A portfolio by Sayuri Ichida, with an essay by Chloe Honum.